Important dates

The conference will be held on the 2nd and 3rd of October, 2020. Registrations are now closed.


There are no position papers for this conference, but certain specialised committees may require the submission of pre-conference documents, which will be informed to the delegates when they are due.


CJCMUN is open to registrations from students from Grade 9 to Grade 12, from all boards and curricula. International delegates and delegations are most welcome to register!

First year university students may also register as a private delegation or as an individual delegate.

Dress code:

Western formal attire for boys and girls.

For the AIPPM - Indian or Western formals

Delegates are requested to adhere to the dress code on both days of the conference.


All participants are expected to behave in a manner appropriate to a representative to the United Nations. They may not mimic the linguistic or cultural mannerisms of the allotment they will be representing.

Cyber-bullying and plagiarism will not be tolerated at any point of time during the conference and could lead to disqualification.

DISCLAIMER: Cyber bullying, plagiarism or any act of misconduct in language or mannerisms that intentionally or unintentionally hurt religious or cultural sentiments, reported during the conference will be taken strict action against and could lead to disqualification of participants who choose to engage in such behaviour.